Image Processing Technologies’ Patent Portfolios

Image Processing Technologies is currently assigned a total of 36 U.S. Patents. The original portfolio has priority dates going back to 1996 with the first patent issued in 2001. The portfolio has grown to include 14 U.S. Patents and one patent application related to digital imaging.

U.S. Patent No: 6,304,187: Method and Device for Detecting Drowsiness and Preventing a Driver of a Motor Vehicle from Falling Asleep - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 6,486,909: Image Processing Apparatus and Method - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 6,717,518: Method and Apparatus for Detection of Drowsiness - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 6,959,293: Method and Device for Automatic Visual Perception - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,043,465: Method and Device for Perception of an Object by Its Shape, Its Size and/or Its Orientation - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,136,842: Method and Device for Adapting a Signal for the Detection of the Movement of an Object - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,650,015: Image Processing Method - Download a .pdf of the patent.
U.S. Patent No: 8,805,001: Image processing method relates to a process for tracking a target using an image processing system - Download a .pdf of the patent.
U.S. Patent No: 7,212,669: Automatic Perception Method and Device - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,313,551: Processing Device and Method for an Automatic Perception System - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,181,047: Methods and Apparatus for Identifying and Localizing an Area of Relative Movement in a Scene - Download a .pdf of the patent
U.S. Patent No: 7,190,725: System and Methods for Smoothing an Input Signal - Download a .pdf of the patent.
U.S. Patent No: 8,983,134: Image Processing Method - Download a .pdf of the patent.
U.S. Patent No: 8,989,445: Image Processing Apparatus and Method - Download a .pdf of the patent.

The second portfolio that was acquired from a licensee consists of 22 U.S. Patents related to printer cartridge technology.